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The 2004 NZ Property Institute Awards

The 2004 NZ Property Institute Awards

Its that time of the year again! The 2004 NZ Property Institute Awards, in association with Remarkables Park Queenstown are being held in Queenstown on the 22nd of July, as part of the Institute's National Conference.

This follows the successful launch of the awards held at the Hyatt Regency in Auckland, last year.

The award categories are: Young Property Professional of the Year, Journalism Award, Academic Award, Innovation in Property Award, and our premier Property Industry award.

The purpose of the awards are to acknowledge and commend credible performance in the Property sector.

An application form for the Journalism Award is attached below.

Please take the time to nominate candidates for the awards, whether they be clients, colleagues, or yourself.

Please note that applications close on Monday, 31st May. Any queries can be directed to: elisabeth@property.org.nz > .

Further information on the awards can be found on the Institute's website under 'Products and Services', 'Property Awards', at: http://www.property.org.nz/ Many thanks.

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